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Indigenous Stories of Hunting
Friday, August 30, 2019, 07:00pm - 08:00pm
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Contact 303-816-0912
August 2019 Visitor Programs and Hikes!
Free with Park Pass - $8 daily vehicle pass or $80 annual pass
(Please note that programs are held at various locations)

Friday August 30
Indigenous Stories of Hunting
Amphitheater 7pm-8pm

With close ties to the earth, native North America cultures are a crucial link between human society and nature. Many stories are told about the importance of hunting with the deepest regard for respecting and honoring animals. Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island follow a path of looking at the earth as alive hosting and infinite network of communication with the plants, animals, birds and fishes. Enjoy a lively of humorous and enlightening lessons on the importance of hunting beyond searching for food.

Please remember to take only memories and pictures, and leave no trace while enjoying Staunton State Park.
Pick up pet waste and be courteous of your fellow visitors. Thank you!
Location Staunton State Park, 12102 S. Elk Creek Rd, Pine CO 80470
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